Medical mishaps in Canada are on the rise; NY Times reporter Ian Urbina on his new book The Outlaw Ocean; An educational icon celebrates a milestone; a pregnant volunteer fights fires on the frontlines in Australia; Qantas is testing the limits of long-haul flights.
In his new book, author and former soldier Mike Martin looks at why we go to war, and how our ancestors have shaped our behaviour towards conflict. We ask him if there’ll ever be a time that humans can put an end to bloodshed.
Coastal erosion in P.E.I. is putting homes by the water at risk, but people haven't been discouraged from building there. We talk to a climate change scientist about the “crazy” measures people are taking to firm up the shoreline — using everything from tires filled with cement, to headstones.
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